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m J UJ We are'receiving almost daily car loads of lumber for. our spring trade and are anxious to interest prospective build-' r ers in the high grade of material that we have' to offer. 7 '' ' - " - . HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR "EXTRA SPECIALS.!' ...., . NUMBER TWO FLOORING: We have 50,000 feet of Number Two Flooring. This is absolutely the nicest grade of flooring that we have ever seen and we almost feel safe in saying the nicest that has ever been offered in Union City. We are actu ally selling this stock for front porches and rooms in the nicest houses and by cut' ling out a few knots it is found td make almost as nice a job as B. & better. It only cost about half as much as the best grade. We would certainly like to show you thisstock. ' . NUMBER THREE SHIP LAP: We are unloading a car and it is extra good for number three. You will want to use this stock" if you see it ".,' FRAMING: Our 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8's, in fact all framingjs stricdy Number One Long Leaf. We take a special pride in handling absolutely the best grades of framing and if you appreciate better than ordinary at regular framing prices you will want to use our stock. ROOFNG: The roofing market has gone absolutely wild. Prices have advanced in the past few weeks to un-heard of limits and the factories are refusing to take on new orders. Fortunately we have just unloaded a car and can take care of you. We have the One, Two and Three ply and Slate Surfaced Roll Roofing,. Individual and Self-Spacing Asphalt Shingles. We handle Vulcanite Brand exclusively because we have tried It xmd think that there is not a better roofing on the market for the money. If you are contemplating re-roofing your house or going to build a new one we sug gest that you see Mr. Riley's roof on the new dwelling near the court house. We ' have dozens of other satisfied customers, in fact every job of Vulcanite Roofing that we have sold is giving satisfaction. We also have a nice stock of extra clear Red ' Cedar Shingles. We always carry a large stock of sash and doors or can order for you any odd sizes or fancy cuts that you may de sire. We carry Genuine Beaver Board. ' ' PRICES We agree with you that the price of building material is high, though no higher than other lines of mer chandise, and we do not think it will be cheaper at an early date. We hope that you will call on us, see our stock and get prices before buying. Automobiles Tractors, Buggies wagons, rarm macnincry We are agents for and have on dfsplay in our sample room Hupp and Dort Automobiles Case and Wallis Tractors , Moon, Emerson and Standard Buggies V Chattanooga Wagons Case, Moline and Oliver Cultivators, Plows, Disc Harrows, and, in fact, a complete line of implements, etc. The above are well known goods and it will be to your in terest to investigate these lines, both as to quality and price, be fore making your purchases. Tisdale-Jackson-Atkins Co. V Union City, Term. I I ru VV K 1 Cleaned Repaired Adjusted Old Machines Rebuilt Ribbons, Brushes, New Rubber Platens.JJ Rubber Feet, Shock Absorbers, etc. PHONOGRAPHS of all kinds repaired ' :S.EBYRN Cumb. Phone 317. Over Wehman's Store The Commercial, Union City, Term. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. Matinee Music Club. Fair attendance, an. Interesting "study hour, and. a well rendered mu sical programme, marked the bi weekly meeting of the latinee Mu sic Clul? at the home of Miss Edith Quinn Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Thad Lee, vice president of the club, presided in the absence of Miss Willie Bell Mays, president. It was a-pleasure as well as an honor to the club to be, in receipt of a letter from Mrs. W. ). Hon, Mem phis, Tenn., treasurer of the Tennes see gtate Federation of Music Clubs, extending to the local ; organization an invitation to unite with the State and national federation;; and it was the unanimous decision of the club body to acknowledge the receipt of Mrs. Hon's kind communication with an enthusiastic acceptance of the in vitation from the Jedeation. As a result of this forward step the Mat inee Music Club will from now on be closely associated wtth the musi cal activities of both State and na tion. ' ' i The thirty minutes devoted to the lesson, led by Mrs:. C. C. Conn, was spent in a worthwhile way. The subject, "The Art of Song: The Technique of the Singer," being thoroughly discussed and the tech nical principles involved in good singing clearly set forth. Some of these principles might be termed beacon lights to those ? who grope in musical darkness. Indeed, a major ity of music lovers arc so ignorant of what constitutes correct singing that when they hear a voice which gives excitement to tBeir nerves by its sensational qualities, they ex press their hearty approval, regard less of the many other faults which should be condemned. As an exam ple: A note, emitted Jwith a shriek many degrees higher than the usual compass of the throaty or a thunder ous roar that shakes the chandeliers, will generally bring down the house in a tumult ,of applaftse,- no matter how destitute it may be of every beautfful quality. H . In? the first placa, tho . hearer should expect the tones of the sing er's voice to be pure and agreeable, yet one . should not,.; look, to . the voice quality alone; there must be trueness of intonation that is to cay, the voice must ie exactly on the pitch in every note, and every tone must be carried through) with out the slightest wavering, whether the notes be long or short, loud or soft, high or low. The listener shruld demand also that all music, of whatever type, shall be sung with a clear-cut delivery of every note and word. The sung word should have the penetrating power which belongs to the flno elocutionist. Yet after all is said about voice and tech nique, the higher criticism affirms that these things are tributary to expression. There must be heart soul feeling or the song, however technically correct it may be ren dered, will fail to fulfill its mission. The musical programme folows: Piano (Polonaise), Gebhardt, Mrs. Long. Plane (Garden Melody), Rolf e, Miss Olive. Voice (Shamrock), Seller, Miss Quinn; Miss Allen, accompanist. Piano (Humoresquo) Mokrejs, Miss Bonner. Piano, four hands (Gltina) Helns, Mrs. Conn, Miss Olive. Pleasing refreshments, served by the hostess, concluded the meeting. Marriage Licenses. Lee Crowell and Nellio Grace Creek. Walter Mitchell and Reva Mc Klnney. Ollie Webb and Novella Denton. Thos. Davis and Maude Johnson. C. M. Parkerscn and Martha J. Blythe. ' Robert Johnson and Jessie Gray Laster. . . ' , v Wm, R. Martea and Mary Eliza beth Lowe. Dossio D. Bell and Loa B. Dobbins. R. S. Dyer and Tina Nipp. Raymond C. Phillips and Ozelle Sullivan. COLORED. Webster Hartsfleld and Laura Bright. Charley Lewis and Nancy Bulls. After a long winter the system be comes filled with impurities caused by dry, strong diet. In hot weather these impurities cause sickness. Get rid of them by taking Prickly Ash Bitters. It is the remedy that men use for purifying the blood," liver and bowels and putting the body In shape for summer work. Price $1.25 per bottle. , Oliver's Drug Store, Cobb's, Corner Drug Store and Red Star Dr'g Store,-special agents. " Anti Hog Cholera Serum Swine Worm Capsules Swine Plague Vaccine Cattle Vaccines and Serum , Sheep Vaccine l Horse Vaccine and Serum Dog Distemper Vaccines Vaccinating Instruments Veterinary Instruments Livestock Condition Powders Telephone your orders or call at Second Street Office. CLOYS SERUM COMPANY UNION CITY, TENN.' mwm ooo , . By placing your order now for a BUICK it will assure you getting a car when you need it. Material is scarce, labor is scarce and high and cars are going to be scarce and hard to get. . Place your order now for a BUICK,, the strongest car built. CARNEY & HART DYERSBURG RIPLEY UNION CITY VIRGIL MORRIS, Manager Union City Business, Phone 260 , USStCall our service car when in trouble.